The four-day festival located at the Sunshine Grove venue will take place March 3-March 6, 2022 and features a lineup of over 125 artists to celebrate the festival’s fifth anniversary. In addition to live music, Okeechobee Festival offers art, camping, yoga, food and wellness activities.
Other artists on the festival’s genre-spanning lineup include Flying Lotus, Gary Clark Jr., the Glitch Mob, Troyboi, Ashnikko, BIA, Elderbrook, Mt. Joy, Ashnikko, Blu DeTiger, Caribou, Coi Leray, Duckwrth, Four Tet, Jai Wolf, Jungle, Smino, STRFKR, Tai, Verdes, the Backseat Lovers, and Tobi Lou.
There’s a chance Australian rockers Tame Impala will be sharing new music, as back in June Kevin Parker and his band began hinting at a cryptic teaser video advertising a fake drug called “Rushium.”
Among it all, we see snippets of Kevin Parker working in a laboratory and looking ominously at a vial of his medical concoction, holding it close to the camera to reveal its label reading “Tame Impala / 2021 V.1 Clinical Trial / S.R. Tour”. A closing title card reads “Phase 1 Clinical Trials Begin 09/2021.” While September has come and gone, there is surely something interesting in the works.
Produced by Insomniac, the festival hosts three main stages — Be, Here and Now — and will also see the return of the festival’s PoWoW! musical showcase, which will include surprise guests with further details to be revealed at a later date. Other festival features include swimming oasis Aquachobee, the Jungle 51 all-night party and late night performances by Incendia.
This year, Okeechobee will also be increasing its sustainability initiative by implementing a new food rescue and recycling protocol. Immersive art experiences, health and wellness workshops, pop-up shows and culinary treats are also part of the festival’s itinerary.
Tickets and camping packages, including a brand-new VIP experience in celebration of the fest’s fifth anniversary, will be available for purchase October 7 at 10 a.m. ET/ 1 p.m. PT via the festival’s website.